4 slices white bread
20 oz nature's honey wheat bread
2 slices Cheddar cheese
3 tbsp butter--divided
8 oz kraft natural cheese medium cheddar chunk cheese
When combined together, bread, butter, and cheese make one of the most delicious snacks ever i.e. a cheese sandwich.
The secret to incredible grilled cheese sandwiches isn’t in the ingredients you use. It’s all in the technique.
Accomplishing a delicious, dry-outside and sloppy-inside cheese sandwich takes a little patience and more attention.
Here’s how you can make a grilled cheese sandwich. The recipe is simple and quick and yields 2 servings.
Let’s be realistic: a dish produced using bread, cheese, and butter is never going to be a low-calorie. What’s worse is how you aren’t getting nutritional value from those calories.
Cheese and butter/margarine are both concentrated wellsprings of saturated fat, the kind known to raise your LDL (or “bad”) cholesterol levels. A grilled cheese sandwich, however, isn’t totally unhealthy, and eating one will give you some quality protein and calcium. Cheese is a somewhat decent wellspring of protein, and two cuts of whole-wheat bread can include another 8 grams.
Use whole-wheat bread and stuff your sandwich with vegetables instead of high-cal fillings, for example, bacon. This is how you can make a healthy cheese sandwich!
How to Make Cheese Sandwich
In the United States, cheese sandwiches are usually presented with soup (more often than not ‘tomato soup’). The sandwich is widely served as a snack or any whole meal of the day.